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Apr 8, 2015 Grant Wacker
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The Duke Divinity School Office of the Dean hosted a March 27 retirement lecture given by Grant Wacker, Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Christian History, who is retiring at the end of the 2014-15 academic year after serving on the faculty for almost 23 years. The public lecture, “Reckoning with the Past,” was held in Goodson Chapel with George Marsden, the Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, delivering opening remarks honoring Wacker.
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Mar 5, 2015 Katie G. Cannon
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The Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School hosted the Pauli Murray and Nannie Hellen Burroughs Lecture on Women and Religion with guest lecturer Katie G. Cannon, Annie Scales Rogers Professor of Christian Ethics at Union Presbyterian Seminary. Cannon is the first African-American woman ordained in the United Presbyterian Church and focuses on Christian ethics, Womanist theology, and women in religion and society.
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Nov 24, 2014 Charles Taylor, Luke Bretherton
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“The Sacredness of the Secular and the Secularity of the Sacred: Re-imagining the Role of Religions in Public Life – an interview with Charles Taylor" featured KIE Senior Fellow Luke Bretherton in conversation with Charles Taylor, eminent scholar and public intellectual.
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Nov 18, 2014 Duke Divinity School
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A faculty panel including Divinity School Dean Richard Hays, and Professors Amy Laura Hall and Stanley Hauerwas presented pacifist perspectives on war. WRAL's David Crabtree moderated the discussion.
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Nov 12, 2014 N.T. Wright
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Leading New Testament scholar N.T. Wright, professor of New Testament and early Christianity at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and a retired Anglican bishop, presented a lecture on "Why and How Paul Invented Christian Theology."